Videos and lessons to help High School students know and apply the Remainder Theorem and Factor Theorem:

For a polynomial *p*(*x*) and a number *a*, the remainder on division by *x – a* is *p*(*a*),

so *p*(*a*) = 0 if and only if (*x – a*) is a factor of*p*(*x*).

- Understand and apply the Remainder Theorem.
- Understand the Factor Theorem, that a is a root of a polynomial function if and only if x-a is a factor of the function.

Common Core: HSA-APR.B.2

Related Topics:

Remainder Theorem

Common Core (Algebra)

Common Core for Mathematics

The Factor Theorem

This lesson demonstrates how to use the Factor Theorem to factor polynomials.

The Factor Theorem and The Remainder Theorem

What the theorems are and how they can be used to find the linear factorization of a polynomial.

Polynomials - Factor Theorem

Description and examples of the Factor Theorem.

The Factor Theorem

This will introduce the factor theroem

Using the Remainder and Factor Theorem

This video shows the use of the remainder and factor theorem in finding the remainders of polynomial divisions and also the factors of polynomial divisions.

Remainder Theorem and Factor Theorem

The remainder theorem and the factor theorem as a means of testing for divisibility.

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